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Victoria Singh's The Waiting Room at 123 Cuba St (the site of the old Ferret bookshop)

Victoria Singh’s The Waiting Room

123 Cuba St

Wellington

 

Victoria Singh
The Waiting Room

 

9 March - 30 March 2014

The notion of time and delay

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William Eggleston,  UNTITLED (PEACHES!)  1971  © Eggleston Artistic Trust. Courtesy Cheim & Read, New York.

South of No North

CITY GALLERY WELLINGTON

Wellington

 

Laurence Aberhart, William Eggleston, Noel McKenna
South of No North

 

14 December 2013 - 9 March 2014

Paintings with photographs

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Cover of We Will Work With You: Wellington Media Collective 1978-98

Activist Postermakers Publication

ADAM ART GALLERY TE PATAKA TOI

Wellington Media Collective

We Will Work With You: Wellington Media Collective 1978-1998
Ed. by Mark Derby, Jenny Rouse and Ian Wedde


Victoria University Press, 2013

Catalogue for Adam show


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Yvonne Todd, Ethlyn, 2005. From Vagrants Reception Area series

Talking around (and around) Yvonne Todd

EYECONTACT ESSAY #3

A third discussion

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Peter Trevelyan, The Light Fantastic at City Gallery. Installation image courtesy of the artist

Trevelyan at City Gallery

CITY GALLERY WELLINGTON

Wellington

 

Peter Trevelyan

The Light Fantastic

 

25 September - 21 November 2010

 

A delicately slow burning yet entrancing ember

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Denys Watkins' Cultural Diplomacy at Mary Newton

Denys Watkins in Wellington

MARY NEWTON GALLERY

Wellington

 

Denys Watkins

Cultural Diplomacy

 

15 September - 10 October 2010

Rendered and reworked readymades


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Gene Davis

The Triumph of Old American Painting

New York

 

Assorted New York Dealer Galleries

 

June

 

 

New York is now arguably an even more elusive territory to negotiate than it once was.

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The Palais de Tokyo.

PALAIS DE TOKYO

Paris

Chasing Napoleon
Curated by Marc-Olivier Wahler.

October 2009 - 17 January 2010.

 

The premise of the exhibition (citing the curatorial statement) was to “bring together eighteen artists whose works also read as instruction manuals on how to withdraw into seclusion and take refuge in the limits of the visible.” Despite the portentousness of these remarks the show was consistently hilarious.